NCAA Football Week 13 Report

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We’re back with our NCAA football Week 13 report. We’re going to review how our in-house handicappers performed, examine the biggest results and upsets, plus look ahead to NCAAF Week 14 action.

It’s conference championship week in college football.

There was a big change in last week’s CFP selection committee rankings. Georgia (#1), Ohio State (#2) and Michigan (#3) are still the top three teams in the nation. Florida State dropped to #5 rankings and Washington jumped up to #4. If the Huskies defeat Oregon this week, they’ll remain at #4.

NCAA Football Week 13 Report – Handicappers Review

We had a number of NCAAF handicappers that made a lot of money in Week 13.

We’re going to feature the top handicappers in our NCAA football Week 13 report. Sports Hub Insider was the big winner last week in college football, but we had six guys net $300+ in profits each.

Here are the top cappers for our NCAA football Week 13 report:

  • Sports Hub Insider: 8-1 (+$690)
  • Ben Miller: 6-0 (+$600)
  • Sports Central: 8-2 (+$586)
  • Coach Rick: 9-3 (+$575)
  • James Acker: 6-2 (+$380)
  • Gambling911.com: 3-0 (+$300)

We had 44 handicappers turn a profit in Week 13. All you need to access all of these winning predictions is a Sports Hub account. It’s currently free to join Sports Hub, so what are you waiting for?

NCAA Football Week 13 Report – Game of the Week

Here’s the “Game of the Week” for our NCAA football Week 13 report:

  • Game of the Week: #2 Ohio State (24) vs. #3 Michigan (30)

There was no bigger game this season than the Buckeyes vs. Wolverines. Michigan ended up winning the game, but it was close. Michigan covered (-3) and the game went over the total (46.5).

Bale Corum had 88 rushing yards and 2 rushing TDs in the win. Marvin Harrison Jr. had five receptions for 118 yards and 1 TD in the loss. Harrison Jr. made some incredible plays, but it wasn’t enough.

Kyle McCord went 18/30 for 271 yards, 2 TDs and 2 INTs. The turnovers hurt the Buckeyes.

Here are the remaining top ten games from last week in our NCAA football Week 13 report:

Biggest Games and Upsets in College Football Week 13

Our NCAA football Week 13 report will now examine the biggest games and upsets.

  • #15 Oregon State (7) vs. #6 Oregon (31): The Ducks took care of business in Week 13. They will play Washington in the Pac-12 Championship Game with a lot on the line on Friday.
  • TCU (45) vs. #13 Oklahoma (69): There were more than 100 points scored in this game. TCU were down big at halftime (42-16), but they made it a bit interesting in the second half.
  • #1 Georgia (31) vs. Georgia Tech (23): Georgia were up 31-13 after three quarters and put it into cruise control. The Yellow Jackets made it interesting, but couldn’t pull off the comeback.
  • Washington State (21) vs. #4 Washington (24): The Huskies needed a last second field goal to defeat WSU. The Huskies will need to perform much better against Oregon in Week 14.
  • #5 Florida State (24) vs. Florida (15): The Seminoles were down 15-14 after three quarters and needed a 10-0 fourth quarter to win. This team isn’t the same without Jordan Travis.
  • #8 Alabama (27) vs. Auburn (24): Alabama were also fortunate to win in Week 13. They were losing in the fourth quarter, but a 31-yard TD on fourth down with :32 left secured the win.
  • Kentucky (38) vs. #9 Louisville (31): Louisville suffered a big upset loss in Week 13. Louisville will still be playing in the ACC Championship Game against Florida State this weekend.
  • Iowa State (42) vs. #19 Kansas State (35): KSU were big favorites (-9.5), but they ended up losing to Iowa State. Rocco Becht only completed eight passes, but three were for TDs.
  • BYU (34) vs. #21 Oklahoma State (40): The Cowboys needed double overtime to defeat BYU in Week 13. Ollie Gordon II rushed the football 34 times for 166 yards and 5 TDs in the win.

It was another week where we got to feature some huge upsets in our NCAA football Week 13 report.

NCAA Football Week 13 Report – Betting Trends

We’ll now look at the latest betting trends in our NCAA football Week 13 report.

  • Top 25 vs. Unranked: That’s now two consecutive weeks that the top 25 turned a profit against unranked opponents. The top 25 went 19-2 SU (12-9 ATS) against unranked teams in Week 13.
  • Undefeated Power Five Teams: We’re down to four undefeated power five teams (Michigan, Georgia, Florida State and Washington), as the Buckeyes lost to the Wolverines last week.
  • NCAAF ATS Trends: New Mexico State ended up with the best ATS record (11-2 ATS). UNLV and Arizona both finished the regular season 10-2 ATS. Oregon went 9-2-1 ATS. Vanderbilt had the worst ATS record (2-10 ATS). USC were also one of the worst teams ATS (3-9 ATS).
  • NCAAF Over/Under Trends: LSU finished with the best O/U record (11-1). Memphis went over in ten of 12 games and Vandy went over in nine of 12 games. There were three teams that went under in ten of 12 games this season (UCLA, Iowa and Tulane).

You can utilize the trends in our NCAA football Week 13 report next week.

What to Watch for Next Week in College Football

These are the top games next week that we wanted to feature in our NCAA football Week 13 report:

  • #5 Oregon vs. #3 Washington: The winner of the Pac-12 Championship Game should advance to the CFP semifinals even if Oregon wins. Oregon are favored (-9.5) in Las Vegas on Friday.
  • #19 Oklahoma State vs. #7 Texas: The Longhorns will look to win the Big 12 Championship on Saturday against Oklahoma State. The Sooners will be watching the game from home.
  • #1 Georgia vs. #8 Alabama: The SEC Championship Game is interesting. If Alabama wins the game, what happens? Will both teams advance to the CFP? Georgia are favored (-6).
  • #2 Michigan vs. #18 Iowa: Iowa will look to knock off Michigan in the Big Ten Championship, but the Wolverines are huge favorites (-23). Iowa won’t have the offense to keep up in this one.
  • #15 Louisville vs. #4 Florida State: Louisville were just upset in Week 13, but they’ll have a shot at defeating the Seminoles, as Jordan Travis is out at QB. This game should be low scoring.

The featured games in our NCAA football Week 13 report are all conference championship games.

AP Top 25 Rankings Heading Into Week 14

We’ll now look at the newest AP top 25 rankings in our NCAA football Week 13 report.

  1. Georgia (52)
  2. Michigan (10)
  3. Washington
  4. Florida State
  5. Oregon
  6. Ohio State
  7. Texas
  8. Alabama
  9. Missouri
  10. Penn State
  11. Ole Miss
  12. Oklahoma
  13. LSU
  14. Arizona
  15. Louisville
  16. Notre Dame
  17. Tulane
  18. Iowa
  19. Oklahoma State
  20. Liberty
  21. NC State
  22. Oregon State
  23. Toledo
  24. James Madison
  25. SMU

*First place votes are in brackets

Florida State are in trouble of not making the College Football Playoff with Travis out.

These conference championship games are going to be exciting and then we’ll get the last CFP selection committee rankings, which will determine the top four teams advancing to the CFP.

That wraps up our NCAA football Week 13 report. Sign-up for a Sports Hub account so that you can gain access to all of our expert conference championship predictions this weekend.